Agricultural Commodities

Southeast Farm Press  Mar 18  Comment 
Eric Prostko, University of Georgia With the recent low prices of some agricultural commodities, you might be wondering if herbicides are worth it. I can assure you that they are. read more
The Economic Times  Feb 28  Comment 
The Economic Survey has suggested government take the last step in legislating a law to enable the Centre to set up an open market for farmers.
The Times of India  Feb 27  Comment 
The Economic Survey has suggested government take the last step in legislating a law to enable the Centre to set up an open market for farmers.
Wall Street Journal  Feb 10  Comment 
U.S. farm incomes will drop 32% this year to the lowest level since 2009, owing to a sustained slump in prices for such agricultural commodities as corn and soybeans, the Agriculture Department estimated.
The Hindu Business Line  Dec 26  Comment 
Rural economy is in for some trouble. Prices for crops such as cotton, maize and oilseeds are hovering near minimum support levels. Chances for rise in prices of agricultural commodities ar...  Nov 17  Comment 
Data showing Japan's surprise slip back into recession hand shares a poor start. But agricultural commodities, bar cotton and soymeal, fare better
Commodity Online  Nov 7  Comment 
Global logistics is a challenge shared by all agricultural commodities. International prices are largely determined by supply and demand.
Commodity Online  Oct 24  Comment 
In case of agricultural commodities, overall Exchange wide Gross position limit shall be capped at 50 % of the estimated production and Imports. The near month limits in case of agricultural commodities and agricultural products shall be...
The Hindu Business Line  Oct 8  Comment 
Commodities that come from the raising of crops and/or animals are called agri commodities. While some agricultural commodities, such as corn or beef, are direct products of the Earth, others such...


Agricultural Commodities refer, in general, to commodities grown or produced on a farm. This includes most feed and staple grains (e.g. corn, rice, etc.) as well as livestock (pork) and products produced from livestock (milk). This is different from Soft Commodities, which, though generally produced through agriculture, are a specific subset of (usually tropically produced) commodities.

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